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Your Guide to On-Mountain Dining in Park City

Keeping you properly fueled is key to a great day on the mountain, and Park City Mountain Resort and Deer Valley have a variety of dining options to make that happen. Whether you are looking for an award-winning gourmet lunch or a quick ski-in, ski-out bite to eat, the following guide to on-mountain dining will help you navigate your way to the perfect meal. A lift ticket or season pass is required to access on-mountain restaurants. Due to local restrictions on capacity limits, we highly recommend that guests bring their own snacks and water.

POLICIES

  • Capacity is being managed at all PCMR dining facilities in accordance with local and state regulations. In many cases, this capacity could be significantly reduced – plan ahead!
  • To see availability and book a mealtime, visit: Time to Dine or access through the EpicMix App.
  • PCMR will only be offering packaged beer and wine
  • For the consideration of others, masks are required except when eating or drinking, and you are asked to head back out on the hill when you’re finished eating to allow for another guest to grab a spot.
  • At Deer Valley: indoor dining operations have been altered with tables spaced for physical distancing and limited capacity. Grab and Go options are available, allowing for take-away and there is first-come, first-served seating on outdoor decks or in heated tents. All outdoor decks that are not tented are outfitted with fire pits and heaters to accommodate additional outdoor seating.

ON-MOUNTAIN DINING OPTIONS

PARK CITY MOUNTAIN RESORT
    • Lookout Cabin: Near the mid-station of the Orange Bubble Express. Fine dining restaurant known for its table-served Rocky Mountain cuisine and incredible views of the Wasatch Range. Hours of Operation: Thursday – Monday 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
    • Tombstone BBQ Base of Tombstone Express. Take out window serving authentic BBQ smoked daily. Serving brisket, pulled pork, smoked wings, and beer. Hours of Operation: 11AM – 3PM
    • Legacy Café: Park City Mountain Village. The spot for all levels of skiers/riders and non-skiers to meet for breakfast, lunch, or a snack. Café-style breakfast and lunch service.  Breakfast 8AM – 10AM, Lunch 10:30AM – 3PM
    • Miner’s Camp: Base of Silverlode Express and Quicksilver Gondola. A convenient stop for the whole family with a patio tent and ski beach to sit back and relax. Hours of Operation: 9 AM – 3:30 PM, Lunch 11 AM – 3 PM
    • Mid Mountain Lodge:  Base of the Mid Mountain Meadow Trail, near Pioneer and McConkey’s Express
      Our oldest lodge, established in 1896 and recently renovated to display our Mountain’s extensive mining history. Hours of Operation: Thursday – Monday 9 AM – 3:30 PM, Lunch 11 AM – 3 PM
    • Summit House: Top of Bonanza Express. At 9250’ elevation and accessible from five chairlifts, Summit House is conveniently located for a midday break, with a large patio to take in the view. Hours of Operation: 9AM – 3:30PM, Lunch 11AM – 3PM
    • Cloud Dine:  Top of DreamCatcher and DreamScape Chairlifts. A modern lodge offering an incredible mountain backdrop of the Wasatch Mountains. Hours of Operation: 10 AM – 3:30 PM, Lunch 11 AM – 3 PM
    • Red Pine Lodge: Top of Red Pine Gondola. A spot for skiers and non-skiers alike to enjoy lunch on the mountain, with a 2nd-floor outdoor patio. Hours of Operation: 9AM – 4PM, Lunch 10:30AM – 3PM
    • Sun Lodge: On Eclipse Trail, near the base of Sun Peak Express A spacious mountain lodge off the beaten path, featuring grab and go options. Hours of Operation: Tuesdays – Wednesdays, Friday – Sunday 9 AM – 3:30 PM, Lunch 11 AM – 3 PM. Closed: Mondays and Thursdays.
    • Umbrella Bar: Canyons Village Base Area. Offering burgers, wings and other quick comfort food items. Open Daily from 12 PM – 5 PM
Deer Valley
    • Snow ParkSilver Lake and Empire Canyon Lodges are open and serving lunch for the winter season. Silver Lake Lodge has grab and go coffee and pastries available for breakfast. Snow Park and Silver Lake Lodges will have heated tents with first-come, first-served seating available. The day lodges operate as full-service restaurants with table service and a full bar is offered from 11:30 a.m. to close. Credit cards are the preferred method of payment. Reservations are strongly encouraged and capacities are reduced.
    • Lunch is served at Royal Street Café (RSC) daily from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Après-ski and dinner are not offered this winter at RSC. Reservations are strongly encouraged and capacities are reduced.
    • Breakfast and lunch are also served at The Goldener Hirsch Restaurant located inside the Goldener Hirsch and reservations are required.
    • Grab and Go options will be available to purchase from Etc. at Snow Park Lodge and Silver Lake Lodge outside the main dining areas. Guests can eat on the run or grab a table in one of the heated tents or on outdoor decks. Advance mobile ordering will be available for these areas.
    • EBS Lounge will be offering après-ski from 2:30 p.m. to close; reservations are required. A selection of wine, beer, specialty cocktails, and a limited après food menu will be available via table service only. Credit cards are the preferred method of payment.
    • All outdoor decks that are not tented will be outfitted with fire pits and heaters to accommodate additional outdoor seating.

PACK YOUR LUNCH

Another option for on-mountain dining is packing your own lunch. Wake up a half an hour earlier and put together a satiating lunch that will keep you going throughout the day. Either grab a day locker and store your lunch there or bring a backpack. You can eat pre-packaged or homemade lunches at outdoor picnic tables on the mountains. And sometimes the best lunches are a smooshed peanut butter and jelly sandwich that are fully enjoyed on a chairlift in between pow harvesting runs.

Other items to bring with you for a full day on the hill:

    • Water!!! Helps with the altitude adjustment and dehydration.
    • Snacks easy to pack and store in your pockets or backpack.
    • Other essentials to get you through a long ski day: Advil, caffeine supplements, electrolytes, Swedish fish.
    • Extra warmth supplies: hand and foot warmers, hat, extra neck gaiter when your first one gets too wet.
    • Chargers / portable batteries
    • Extra face mask(s)

HEAD BACK TO YOUR ABODE FOR LUNCH

One of the perks of staying in an Abode that is near the mountain or ski-in/ski-out is the opportunity to head back to your cozy home, warm up, and create a luxurious meal in your own space. We’ve highlighted a couple of properties near Park City Mountain and Deer Valley where you can shush right over for mealtime.

Abode at Black Bear #305 Abode Off Dew Drop Abode at Silver Skis Abode at Wasatch Lookout